1871 Census – Browning

Dwelling: 29 Stour Street Rooms:
Census Place: St Mildreds, Canterbury, Kent
Name Rel Marr Age Sex Occ Birthplace Disability
William Bush Head M 41 M Ag. Lab. unemployed Ospringe, Kent, England  
Mary A. Bush Wife M 38 F   Chilham, Kent, England  
William G. Bush son   14 M Scholar Canterbury, Kent, England  
Thomas E. Bush son   10     Chilham, Kent, England  
Charlotte A. Bush daur   7     Canterbury, Kent, England  
Alfred J. Bush son   5     Canterbury, Kent, England  
Frederick Bush son   18 mo     Canterbury, Kent, England  
Ann Richards lodger   38   . Chilham, Kent, England blind from illness
Thomas Richards lodger's son   5 F . Canterbury, Kent, England  
Dwelling: Ivy Lane (2 Union Row) Rooms:
Census Place: St Paul, Canterbury, Kent
Name Rel Marr Age Sex Occ Birthplace
James Browning Head Mar 44 M Brewer's Serv Kent Sturry
Mary Ann Browning Wife Mar 43 F . Kent Canterbury
Mary J. Browning Daur   15 M Genl Serv (Unemployd) Kent Whitstable
Alice M. Browning Daur   13 F Scholar Kent Canterbury
John T. Browning Son   9 F Scholar Kent Canterbury
James H. Browning Son   6 F Scholar Kent Canterbury
Albert G. Browning Son   2 M . Sutton at Hone, Kent, England
Dwelling: Union Workhouse Rooms:
Census Place: St Mary Bredin, Canterbury, Kent
Name Rel Marr Age Sex Occ Birthplace
Edward Pyne(?) Dawson Head Mar 33 M Master of Workhouse Kent Goodnestone
Eloipa(?) Jane Dawson Wife Mar 35 F Matron of Workhouse Kent Sandwich
Annie Maria Dawson Daur . 12 F Scholar Kent Canterbury
William Richd Dawson Son . 10 M Scholar Kent Faversham
Frederick Chas Blackman(?) Officer Unm 34 M Schoolmaster Kent Canterbury
Mary Ann Manger Officer Unm 30 F Schoolmistress Kent
James Whiddett Officer Unm 23 M House Porter Kent Chartham
Johanna Briley(?) Officer Widow 41 F Infirmary Nurse Scotland
Charles Thos Leake(?) Visitor Mar 52 M Accountant Middlesex Westminster
............ see note below . . . . . .
Joseph Bush Inmate Wdr 71 M Farm Labourer Kent Canterbury
............ see note below . . . . . .
Note: At the time of the 1871 census, the Canterbury Union Workhouse had a staff of 6, and 175 inmates (100 male and 75 female). Of the inmates, 8 were orphans (3 male, 5 female), 50 were under 15, 9 were described as a lunatic or idiot, 1 was blind, the youngest was 4 months old and the oldest 93.


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